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At the Digital Metal production site in Höganäs, future is being printed as we speak. With state-of-the-art 3D metal printing machines, excellent sintering capacity, an advanced quality control department and a new Digital Metal Material Development Center featuring the latest production equipment, Digital Metal is preparing to spread its unique, high-precision binder-jetting AM technology all over the world.

The company seeks to expand the possibilities and applications of 3D metal printing. The main purpose of the new Material Development Centre is to increase capacity and speed up the development of new material solutions such as advanced steel powders and various superalloys.

Digital Metal Material Development Center

In a fully controlled environment, Höganäs engineers can safely try out new powder compositions and formulas. The Höganäs Material Development Center is equipped with a DM P2500 machine, the very latest in high-precision 3D metal printing, helping the company’s experienced engineers to perform the development and testing needed to bring new material solutions to the market.

You can take a 360° video tour of the production facilities in Höganäs, Sweden above. This exclusive tour will place you right in the middle of the action. Experience every step of the company’s state-of-the-art production. You can’t get any closer than this!

 

 

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